The horses are accommodated in bright and spacious interior, exterior and paddock boxes (box dimensions 3m x 3.50m, paddock dimensions 3m x 6m) or in light and airy open boxes (3.50m x 4m) with direct access to the field for grazing. In addition there are separate guest boxes and open stabling with access to a paved area. The stable corridor floor is equipped with a non-slip rubber covering.
There is a special grooming place with an equine vacuum cleaner as well as an interior and exterior washing place and a modern tack room.
Since January 2011 our horses have been able to enjoy the benefits of new round stabling facilities. The building has been designed with a specially landscaped roof which not only has ecological advantages – it also makes a significant contribution to a good indoor climate. The stabling provides for 8 spacious paddock boxes, a separate grooming stall as well as a tack room and a feed chamber. The stabling has anti-slip ecu rubber flooring throughout. A hydraulic device makes it is possible to open the dome roof of the building in good weather.
This round stable arrangement is a real family project. It was constructed by my brother, Jens Nuessler (Gartenmanufaktur Nuessler) and his team within a very short time and in top quality.
As a somewhat early Christmas surprise for 2014 our 12-horse stable block has been given a full overhaul and indeed completely replaced by a Röwer&Rüb stable system. To the great delight of all concerned!
The enclosures measure 3m x 6m. There is a good drainage system and they are covered with Equiterr mats which means they can be used in all weathers.
Gut Rosenhof now offers 3 hectares of newly fenced-in (Firma Berger) grazing facilities for horses, which are even larger and more convenient than before.
We should like to particularly emphasise that the livery business is specialised in the keeping of stallions.
All stallions enjoy open grazing in the fields. The fields are not treated with artificial fertiliser and are cared for regularly and cleared of dung with the "Amazone-Grasshopper".